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Hunger And Homelessness

Kerry Madden-Director of the Cornelian Service Corps - September 28, 2016

Hunger and Homelessness Awareness week is a national effort with an international focus. Days before Thanksgiving, Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week (HHAW) is an opportunity to remind us what we’re thankful for, while calling to mind those, who in our global society, are experiencing hunger and homelessness. Defined as a social movement, HHAW is a platform where everyone involved can play a part in highlighting injustices, and put pressure on lawmakers to make positive change that will unite our society.

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Grant Houston

Election Through Snapchat

Grant Houston, Class of 2020 - September 27, 2016

I was able to be part of a greater purpose. I had the opportunity to represent Rosemont in multiple different ways. Rosemont is a growing and changing everyday. This college has opportunities for all. Even the commuters can find a way to get involved.

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Beyond the Spin Summary

Rosie DiGironimo '17 - September 27, 2016

This Election is not typical. Rosemont College held a panel discussion called Election 2016: Beyond the Spin where the speakers discussed the differences in this election.

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"Do you remember your first election?"

Rosemont College - September 22, 2016

We asked the Rosemont community if they remember their first election they voted in or if they ever wanted to be president?

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American Flags

Politics isn't for everyone

Angelo Lamberto '14, Field Director at Burlington County Republican Committee - September 21, 2016

Now, I don’t want you to get the wrong idea – I absolutely love working in politics. Even considering the downside, there are countless other upsides to act as a counterweight. Over the past five years, I have spent time volunteering, interning and working on campaigns, and in government. I have learned more than I could in any other job about topics that range far outside the scope of politics.

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